Irritability, fatigue, anger, and insomnia can all be signs of burnout. The mindfulness practices of awareness and self-compassion can help you identify when you’re feeling burned out and help you identify what your needs are in the present moment.

The first week of 2021 came with big feelings for many of us. Reconnecting with yourself and with the present moment through mindfulness practice can be a healthy, helpful habit to keep your serenity – no matter what else this year has in store for us.

Devoting yourself to a cause you care about is typically a large investment of time and energy. But with eM Life’s annual 1% challenge, you can make a difference for yourself and others in as little as 14 minutes a day just by practicing mindfulness. Participation in this 30-day challenge begins January 4th, 2021.

Everyone’s journey into mindfulness is different. For eMindful teacher Roger Nolan, it literally began when a book fell on his head.

If ever there was a year that needed a dose of holiday joy, this is it. And while it may be difficult to find, mindfulness can help you focus on the joy that’s present even amidst difficulty.

Taking just 1% of your day, or 14 minutes, to recenter can make a huge difference in your mood, focus, and overall performance. Our Mindful Daily sessions are live, 14-minute sessions led by expert mindfulness teachers to help you take time for yourself when you need it most.

At a time when social connection is lacking, giving back to a charity you feel passionate about can reignite your purpose. Vibe Tribes gives you the opportunity to connect with others who share the same sense of altruism while also taking time for yourself to practice mindfulness.

Our minds and bodies might be filled with chattering thoughts and restlessness, but by hearing the noise within us we learn what’s worth listening to and what, in turn, might be most meaningful to us during challenging times.

When developing a new mindfulness routine, it can be hard to break out of your old routine and remember to practice. Creating mental triggers and reminders can help interrupt your brain’s autopilot and remember to make time for mindfulness.

The December holidays are coming up fast, and it’s easy to lose sight of self-care in your schedule. Join us for a diverse selection of mindfulness programs all month long.